Got the bx results today. My dr said that if I hadn't had the hep panel run while I was in the hospital back in March, I would probably have lived out my entire life and never know I had hcv. My liver is 100% normal, rosey and healthy. Since I've probably had this for 40 years, we've decided I can skip treatment for now. If I were a type 2 or 3 with a 80% success rate for treatment, I'd probably do it anyway. Being a type 1 with only a 30-40% success rate, why put myself through it. If I last another 40 years, I'll be 98. My blood will be tested more often and I am trying to eat better. God has been very good to me. I am truly blessed.
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